The English rock band Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has just added a new story to his daily “OnThisDay” series and recalled the near-impossible show he played with the legendary musician Robert Plant.

With the story, Jimmy Page was taking fans back to the 1995 show they played in Milan. He touched the difficulty of the show and that the road crew’s an impossible success. Jimmy has also mentioned the musicians he played together.

Jimmy Page wrote the following words in the story: “On this day in 1995, Page and Plant played Milan.⁣

“This was my second attempt to play Milan after having been tear-gassed on the first time with Led Zeppelin. ⁣

“During the morning of the show, there was a message from the festival site that it was waterlogged and they couldn’t get the trucks with our equipment in. ⁣

“However, the ever-resourceful road crew managed to perform the near impossible and the festival was to continue. ⁣

“When I arrived I saw Terence Trent D’Arby performing – he was happening, albeit rain soaked. ⁣

“We performed our set and had an interesting communion with the inclement weather. That evening Porl Thompson guested with his former bandmates The Cure as we skidded and slid away from the festival site.⁣”

As a response to him, many fans thanked to him for the stories he shared every day.

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On this day in 1995, Page and Plant played Milan.⁣ ⁣ This was my second attempt to play Milan after having been tear-gassed on the first time with Led Zeppelin. ⁣ ⁣ During the morning of the show, there was a message from the festival site that it was waterlogged and they couldn't get the trucks with our equipment in. ⁣ ⁣ However, the ever-resourceful road crew managed to perform the near impossible and the festival was to continue. ⁣ ⁣ When I arrived I saw Terence Trent D'Arby performing – he was happening, albeit rain soaked. ⁣ ⁣ We performed our set and had an interesting communion with the inclement weather. That evening Porl Thompson guested with his former bandmates The Cure as we skidded and slid away from the festival site.⁣ ⁣ Photo: @rosshalfin 1995 (Wembley, UK)

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